Croquet Victoria
Advancing Croquet in Victoria


Earlier news


Successful holiday program at Kalimna Park

Horsham Kalimna Park CC recently provided a come and try session as part of the School Holiday Program organised by Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly.

There were 17 participants in all, including one grandfather who came along with his grandson, joining in with 4 KPCC members.



NDCA Festival of Croquet a great success

Near perfect weather, record entries, sumptuous catering, and closely contested competition made the fourth Festival of Croquet held in Bendigo a memorable occasion for all players and spectators.

With 93 entries from 28 clubs throughout Victoria, the festival showcased three different formats of the game over five days, namely Golf Croquet, Short Croquet and Association Croquet.


Current news

News Date: 2018-10-15
Posted by: Kate Patrick
Posted on: 2018-10-15
News Type: Association

Live Streaming of AC Presidents Eights

On Monday 15 October, the final day of the 2018 AC Presidents Eights, play on the centre courts was livestreamed from 8 am.

Callum Hyland (Sandy Bay, Tasmania) provided commentary.

The video is still available - go to

This is a pilot project. It would be great to have feedback on your experience - contact the Croquet Vic Secretary.


Later news


ACA Association Croquet President’s Eights

Beautiful spring weather was enjoyed by all over the four days of competition. The freshly scarified lawns were of good speed, and the occasional gusty wind, coupled with the usual ‘hills’ provided players with challenges and frustrations.

A significant number of players were unavailable to participate this year resulting in only having three blocks of 8. This provided the opportunity for new players to experience the Eights for the first time – some were first time visitors to Cairnlea.



Successful three day GC tournament at Horsham

The Horsham Croquet Club held a very successful Annual Three Day GC Tournament on 17-19 October. Wednesday saw high/low level play doubles, followed by level play singles in four sections on the Thursday and handicap doubles on the Friday.

There was representation from over twenty clubs and three different states. Typically of our weather, one day a coat was needed, the next sunscreen and short sleeves.